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Amanda Knox Vows To Help Fight For Those Wrongly Convicted

SEATTLE (AP) — Finally cleared of involvement in her roommate's 2007 murder in Italy, Amanda Knox says she will work on behalf of the wrongly convicted. Knox, 27, wrote in a letter published Friday in The Seattle Times ( ) that the kindness of friends, family and strangers has sustained her in the seven-plus years since she was arrested in Meredith Kercher's death in Perugia.
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